SPEAK OUT NOW! In the wake of the New Zealand terrorist attack, perpetrated in the name of white nationalism, we are learning that the terrorist, in his 87 page Manifesto, specifically cited U.S. President, Donald Trump, as is his motivator. The massacre has led to religious denominations unifying in condemnation of the attacks and … More Message: Within Post Massacre Unity we Cannot be Silent while U.S. President still Promotes its Motivation
SAN FRANCISCO – stands with our brothers and sisters in Orlando. Please join us! We will be joining together to mourn the loss of 50 lives and 53 injured (the last count) from the nightclub Pulse in Orlando, Fl. Please bring candles and some to share if you can. Also, please remember to protect your … More Global Vigils in Solidarity for Orlando LGBT Massacre
53 Killed at Pulse Gay Club in Orlando; Deadliest Mass Shooting in U.S. History BREAKING – UPDATES: 53 dead inside the Pulse Gay Club and 53 injured sent to hospital. This is a massacre. The horror is unfolding. We are hearing reports that the gunman held people hostage for three hours, while others lay injured … More Multiple Deaths in Florida Gay Club Shooting
I wonder if the Network for Good, realizes that they have in essence partnered with an organization which uses a convicted terrorist to promote donations through its service? Network for Good is an online fundraising platform for charities and non-profit organizations. The company was founded in 2001 by America Online, Cisco Systems and Yahoo and has processed over $1 billion in donations since inception, charging between 3% to 5% transaction processing fee for donations.
Its seems that Rasmea Odeh (Rasmieh, Rasmeah) still “works” for or is “associated with” The Arab American Action Network (AAAN). On the donation page of AAAN’s website, resides a letter from Odeh, naming her associate director and dated December 18, 2o15, and for the past ten years. She is also listed as staff on the about page of the website. … More Network for Good noted as Partner in Convicted Terrorist Rasmea Odeh’s Fundraise Plea
Rasmea Yousef Odeh , born 1947/1948; also known as Rasmea Yousef, Rasmieh Steve, and Rasmieh Joseph Steve) is a Palestinian woman and former United States citizen. She served as associate director at the Arab American Action Network in Chicago, Illinois.
Odeh was convicted in 1970 by an Israeli military court of involvement in fatal terrorist bombings, and in 2014 by a US federal jury of immigration fraud. Odeh was arrested in March 1969, and in 1970 was convicted and sentenced by an Israeli military court to life in prison for her involvement in two terrorist bombings in Jerusalem and involvement in an illegal organization, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP).
… More Unrepentant Convicted Palestinian Terrorist Rasmieh Odeh Plays Victim to get U.S. Citizenship
Hatem Abudayyeh has been with the Arab American Action Network (AAAN) since 1999, and was appointed Executive Director in 2003. The son of Palestinian immigrants who themselves were leaders in Chicago’s Arab community, Hatem was born in Chicago. Back in 2010 the FBI raided the home of Hatem Abudayeh, in connection with a terrorism investigation at Creating Change 2016 … More Is Hatem Abuddayeh Intersecting at Creating Change 2016
Uganda Arrests 19 Linked to ‘Imminent’ Terror Attack Ugandan security forces have thwarted a cell of Somalia’s Al-Qaeda linked Al Shabaab insurgents apparently “planning for an imminent attack,” the US embassy said Saturday. Ugandan police arrested 19 people in connection with a foiled attack in central Kampala that the United States has said was hatched by Somali … More Imminent Terror Attack Thwarted in Uganda